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Syrian refugees in Lebanon series part 4/5

Syrian refugees in Lebanon series part 4/5
 
Signs depicting Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah line the roads in southern Lebanon's shia heartland RFI/Harry Darkins

 

Four years on from first violent protests in Syria, the civil war shows no end in sight. Over three million people have fled the country, triggering the largest refugee crisis since the Second World War.

Still recovering from it’s own bitter civil war, Lebanon has received over 1.3 million refugees, threatening instability in an already fragile situation.

In the fourth of a five-part series, RFI’s Nancy Fleming examines the security situation in this small Mediterranean country.


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